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Credentials are Hackers’ Holy Grail: Are You Doing Enough to Keep Them Safe?

According to the recently released 2021 Version Data Breach Investigations Report, compromised credentials are one of the most sought-after hacker targets—ahead of bank, medical, and even personal data. The pandemic doubtlessly contributed to putting credentials into hackers’ crosshairs. For example, the shift to remote working led to the creation of multiple new digital accounts, while industries […]

Solupay Solves NetSuite Payments for Merchants and Customers

Today’s customers place a high value on seamless experiences. The easier it is for your customers to find the products they want and complete the transaction, the more likely you are to increase sales and build customer loyalty. This article will explore why Oracle NetSuite users should consider Solupay for NetSuite Payments to help reduce […]

Advanced Protection for Cloud Workloads

Organizations embrace multiple cloud platforms for a variety of reasons, such as to increase efficiency and distribute compute resources. According to the 2021 Flexera State of the Cloud report, 92% of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy and 80% have a hybrid cloud strategy.1 But these same organizations also often experience increased management complexity that can impact security and […]

Why your Professional Reputation Benefits from Safeguarding Your Original Work

In the corporate world, there is pressure to lead with an independent, original vision. While you can certainly draw inspiration from others, we live in a time where technology makes it easy to detect any instances of blatant copying. This article will explore the repercussions of plagiarism, highlight lesser-known types of plagiarism, and give you […]

Performance Monitoring, Observability for the Home Office

Part 5 of eWEEK’s “Home as Enterprise Branch” series explains that WFH isn’t only about the mere speed and security of applications; it’s about several attributes: speed, security, reliability, agility, configurability, and others. How do users at home or in an office know when they’re getting the best performances out of a device, application or […]

How a ‘Shift Left’ Strategy Transforms Tech Support

Companies and IT organizations that provide technology support services (either internally or externally) are struggling to find a service approach that moves knowledge closer to their customers – one that lowers costs, improves customer experiences, and, importantly, balances technology and the human connection. Adopting a “Shift Left” strategy addresses these needs. It works best when […]

Selecting Endpoint Visibility, Management for WFH Employees

Part 4 of eWEEK’s “Home as Enterprise Branch” series discusses why enterprises now are focusing heavily on updating the endpoint management of their desktop PCs, laptops, phones, tablets, video equipment and other devices housed in home offices-turned-corporate branches here in 2021. Remote work is driving more unstructured data sprawl than ever in the history of […]

The Value of Regularly Assessing Your Enterprise’s Cybersecurity Posture

Every enterprise has unique security requirements and standards based on its risk profile and tolerance. in fact, according to Gartner, 78% of organizations use 16 or more security tools and spend more than $150B on information security every year. Despite these tools and spending, it remains very difficult to assess how secure and protected organizations are against constantly […]

How to Equip a Next-Gen Home Office

Part 3 of the eWEEK Series “The Home as Enterprise Branch” examines recommended PCs, security services and peripherals for long-established, new and about-to-be-upgraded home offices. When setting up or upgrading a home office in which you’re working for either yourself or for a company, there are a lot of tools you’ll need to consider. You […]

Enterprise Security at Home: Remote Access Options

eWEEK SPECIAL REPORT: Part 2 of the eWEEK series “The Home as Enterprise Branch” focuses on zero trust as a key component in next-gen security. Within the confines of a personal residence, there is normally a modicum of trust involved with those who share rooms together–whether it’s a family, a group of friends or another […]